What is Meniere’s syndrome?How to condition.

The symptoms of Meniere’s disease vary from person to person. The main symptoms of the onset period are: the onset is sudden, which can occur at any time, even after falling asleep.The most common symptoms are: when the patient opens his eyes, he feels that the house or surrounding objects are turning; when he closes his eyes, he feels his body is rotating. When the dizziness is violent, the patient may suddenly fall to the ground.During the attack, the symptoms will be aggravated when the patient opens his eyes or turns his head. Therefore, most patients lie still with their eyes closed, and dare not move their head and body.Most patients have unilateral tinnitus and deafness at the onset, and a few have bilateral tinnitus.About 25% of patients had tinnitus and deafness before the onset, and they worsened after the onset.

The remaining 25% only gradually developed tinnitus or deafness after the onset.Deafness is neurological, and tinnitus is also aggravated when the attack is severe. During the attack, the patient is often accompanied by a series of symptoms such as fear of opening eyes, nausea, vomiting, pale complexion, sweating, and even diarrhea, and mostly low blood pressure.Some patients have headaches; the general patients are conscious.

There are two forms of the transition from the attack period to the intermittent period: one is the sudden disappearance of dizziness and accompanying symptoms, and the other is that the dizziness gradually changes to dizziness and gradually subsides.The length of the intermittent period of Meniere’s disease varies from several months to several years, and its onset and severity vary from time to time.The hearing gradually decreases with the increase in the number of attacks, and finally leads to deafness.


1. When we are eating, we should pay attention to people with Meniere’s syndrome. The diet should be rich in nutrients. Milk, goat’s milk, fish, tofu, soy milk, etc.

2. It is advisable to be light, to avoid irritating food, to lie still, to avoid sudden noise, to eat a light and low-salt diet, to limit the amount of water, and to avoid smoking, alcohol, and tea.Encourage patients to exercise, strengthen their physique during the intermittent period, and pay attention to proper work and rest arrangements.

3. The human membrane labyrinth of Meniere’s syndrome is mostly in the state of hydrops. The physical and chemical properties of endolymph are mostly sodium, high and low potassium. Therefore, in terms of diet, a diet with the characteristics of “two highs and two lows” should be selected, namely high protein, high vitamins, and low fat. , Low-salt diets such as lean meat, fresh fish, live poultry and other stewed soup frequently can also eat more fruits, leeks, carrots, celery and other high-vitamin vegetables and fruits.

4. The patient’s diet should be light and nutritious. You can often eat fish, meat, eggs, vegetables, fruits and other foods. Fatty and spicy products (such as fatty meat, tobacco, wine, pepper, pepper, etc.) are easy to heat up. Don’t eat too much because of gas consumption.In addition, due to the particularity of the disease, patients are also required to eat a low-salt diet and pay attention to drinking less water.

5. Some foods can also be used to nourish kidney essence and treat deafness, such as walnut meat, longan meat, black sesame and so on.

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